Nvidia Pascal Announcement

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  1. Clukos

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    The perfect upgrade for people who bought the original Titan XP :p
     
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    Does that mean Germany will get the 1080ti in about a year?
     
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    #2283 Jupiter, Apr 6, 2017
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    According to current online official specs the "1582 MHz" value is not base-clock but boost-clock.
     
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    It is a little bit funny that they have retain the same name everyone was using for the first Titan X Pascal around forums and even review sites for differentiate it from the Maxwell one .. Titan XP..
     
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    Yeah Titan branding has been questionable for a while (GeForce GTX Titan, GeForce GTX Titan Z, GeForce Titan X, Titan X, Titan Xp). Either go with a logical letter appendage flow or just call it Titan.
     
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    Well if they dont own allready a Titan X ( well or sold it for it ), because for be honest, and if i compare for example on CUDA render time, i doubt the SM more will change drastically the thing, let alone the bandwith over the TitanX ( P ) ... Without an overall on core speed, the performance gain should only be cosmetic at best. ( a few fps here and there in some cases, and 2-3 second faster on a 5min render time ) with 7% differrence on compute shaders..
     
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    NVIDIA TITAN Xp is faster than GTX 1070 SLI
    https://videocardz.com/newz/first-nvidia-titan-xp-benchmark-result-emerges
     
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    You'd expect it to be. It is essentially a 1070 Sli in a single GPU, with more mem bandwidth, and a larger memory pool.
     
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    They use water cooling. If you want to buy a new air cooled GPU the Titan X(P) does not worth it anamyore after the release of the GTX 1080Ti which has very good costum designs.

    Water cooled with a clock speed at 2.1 GHz the new Titan will certainly have advantages in UHD.
     
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    Do you have a link to the "water cooling" statement from @xramzal. Thanks.

    Edit: Wonder if they use the same 1080Ti cooler or a tweaked version.
     
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    Your right to ask.

    VideoCardz has found a breakdown showing it is the traditional vapor chamber solution and not water cooling, the person who did the breakdown added their own AIO.
    [​IMG]

    And with the added AIO by the owner so modded:
    [​IMG]

    https://videocardz.com/newz/nvidia-titan-xp-disassembled-features-gp102-450-gpu
    Cheers
     
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    The people I know who want to buy this card will use a water cooler. Of course this GPU must be disassembled and rebuilt or water cooling.
     
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    Looks like it might be the same dimensions as a 1080Ti. Should be a market for any AIB partner selling just their custom air coolers if people don't want to go "under water".
     
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    Yes, that could fit.

    I just wanted to say that it's usually not worth to buy this GPU for gaming if you are not using a water cooler because of the much cheaper GTX 1080Ti price.
    However, for deep learning it is significantly cheaper than a quadro P6000.

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    By the way the Titan XP costs 1349€ here and the people would have liked a price of 1337€. It was very close this time.
     
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    not much love for deep learning.. same FP16 and Int 8 performance that every gaming pascal gpu's ..

    FP64 = 1:32
    FP16 = 1:64
    Int8 = 4:1

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/11253/nvidia-announces-nvidia-titan-xp-full-gp102-for-1200
     
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    Not that the P6000 is any different there. (The P6000 just gets you twice the memory, which may be useful for some number crunching stuff, plus workstation-certified drivers, but otherwise it will be a bit slower. Compared to the P6000 the Titan XP suddenly looks like a very good deal though :))
     
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    On this i completely agree.. But i will buy 2x 1080TI instead for a bit higher in price. way more usefull for workstation work as raytracing . will loose 1GB / card but increase the compute power by a nice margin.

    at 3 and even 4 gpus stack, you negate the small amount of money difference... I dont speak for gaming anyway...
     
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    Soon GTX 10-series GPU owners will be able to stream Ultra-HD Netflix
    http://www.kitguru.net/components/g...ners-will-be-able-to-stream-ultra-hd-netflix/
     
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